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National Crime Victim Rights Week, 2012

On Friday, April 27, 2012, our office sponsored our annual observance of National Crimes Victims Rights Week—this year premised on the theme, “Extending the Vision, Reaching Every Victim.”   The focus of this year’s event was on victims of human sex trafficking.  As in years past, U.S. Attorney James L. Santelle recognized the accomplishments of several tribal, local, state, and federal colleagues who have  distinguished themselves in advancing the interests and promoting the rights of victims in cases throughout the Eastern District of Wisconsin.

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From left to right: AUSA Bill Roach; Tribal Prosecutor Danica Zawieja; Milwaukee County ADA Sara Lewis; MPD Detective Dawn Jones;  U.S. Attorney James Santelle; Menominee Tribal Police Detectives Dave Wynos, Richard Nacotee and Tony Escalante

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AUSA Tracy Johnson discusses the challenges of prosecuting human trafficking cases


 

Faith T. Coburn, Victim Witness Coordinator
US Attoney's Office, Eastern District of Wisconsin

 

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